Stories by Aliza Weinberger
The episode opened Schue dropping a bomb on the glee club: he’s leaving to work in DC for a few months and Finn’s going to be in charge.
The episode opened with the dwarves finally striking gold in the mines under the town.
Relationship drama, an auto shop, a pregnancy scare and a girl changing herself for a man? Sounds life the perfect fit for Glee.
Photo courtesy of ABC. After a few weeks of Regina and Rumpel focused episodes, this week’s OUAT centered on the ...
The holiday season is around the corner. What's one of your favorite heroes up to?
The episode began in the magical lands with Emma, Snow, Aurora and Mulan returning to their safe haven, only to discover that Cora had been there already.
A closer look at the characters in Marvel's upcoming comic, Young Avengers.
The episode began with Rumpel’s live-in love Belle having a nightmare about Rumepl acting in his usual monstrous way.
The episode began with one of its patented flashbacks, this time to Snow, Charming, and Red running from King George, Charming’s “father,” and his men.
This week’s focus is on Regina and gave more insight into exactly how she became the “evil queen” she now proudly is.
There was some big news this summer in the comic book world, and here's you what you need to know.
The episode was ominously titled "The Break Up," and you can guess what that meant for the subject matter.
What the episode did delve into were two tandem storylines: one in the “real” world and one in the fairytale world, one of them a flashback, the usual OUAT storytelling tool.
Highlights include Artie boring everyone, Sam stripping, Blaine becoming indignant over Brittany’s anti-hair gel laws (“Telling anyone what they can or cannot put in their hair is disgusting. It’s the first step towards tyranny.”) and Brittany promising to outlaw summer vacations and weekends.
Our resident comic book master tells you what to do over summer break when you just can't make it out of bed.
Interested in comics but unwilling to lug Teen Titans around campus? Have no fear, The Unwritten could save the day!
"Finally, after months of questions and character suffering, the first season finale of Once Upon a Time has come and gone."
Most of the superheroes in The Avengers have been featured in other movies over the past few years, except for Hawkeye. You're probably wondering: Who is Hawkeye? Well, we have the answer.
"With only one episode left of its first season, Once Upon a Time finally picked up speed in its penultimate episode before what is sure to be an epic finale next week."
Joss Whedon is the master of making sure the comic world and TV worlds collide.
"August Booth’s identity has been revealed. He is Pinocchio."
A new teen sidekick cartoon reinvents classic characters and adds new drama to the teen comic scene.
After a short hiatus, answers still don't come easily in this week's episode of Once Upon a Time.
Aliza Weinberger shares her behind the scenes experience at C2E2 as both intern and fangirl.
Women have been badly treated in all forms of media, but the multiverse may just take the cake in its countless sacrifices of women for its male superheroes.
When the Avengers disassemble, who will rise up to protect the world from evil? Enter the Young Avengers.
"With a new twist in the plot, the episode shifts to focus on Regina and the origins of her animosity towards Snow White."
This week's Musings takes a look at all of the characters in the DC Universe who took up the mantle of Robin the Boy Wonder.
Spring break is a great time to catch up on some comics, but it can be hard to decide what's worth your precious vacation guide. Let our comics expert guide you.
This week's column focuses on Marvel's badass patriot, Captain America.